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Curated by the Verona Quartet, The COT’s UpClose Chamber Music Series is the essence of ensemble playing. With performances in a variety of intimate settings across the Triangle, this dynamic and interactive series brings audiences even closer to the music and its performers.

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Saturday
October 30
11AM and 1PM

Museum of Life and Science

Kids, make sure to wear your scariest Halloween costume as the Verona Quartet and a few special guests offer a glimpse into the global diffusion of folk cultures that unite us as one global community. This performance is presented by BooFest and separate museum admission is required for this event.

Featuring
Kevin Streich - clarinet 
Krista Siachames - percussion

Program

Montgomery

Strum

Glazunov
Reverie Orientale

Haas
String Quartet No. 2
“From the Monkey Mountains”

 

Saturday
February 5
8:00PM

Durham Food Hall

Join the Verona Quartet at the Durham Food Hall, and enjoy a menu of dishes and cocktails inspired by a program of Beethoven, Sheng, and Bartok, all prepared by a collection of DFH chefs.

Featuring
DFH Chefs

Program

Beethoven
String Quartet No.13

Sheng
String Quartet No. 4  "Silent Temple"

Bartok
String Quartet No.3

 

Saturday
April 23
7.30PM

Cocktails with LaToya Lain

Durham Arts Council

Dress to the nines and sip on a cocktail as the Verona Quartet and soprano LaToya Lain transport you to a world of sultry French poetry.

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Program

Debussy

Trois Chanson de Bilitis

Chausson
Chanson Perpetuelle

Myers
Dance Suite


 

Friday
September 24
7:30PM

The Fruit

Presenting works by Beethoven, Schubert, and Lena-Frank, the Verona Quartet opens The COT’s 21/22 Season at The Fruit in collaboration with Durham’s Om Grown Dancers.

Featuring
Om Grown Dancers

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Program

Schubert

Quartettsatz

Beethoven
Grosse Fugue

Lena-Frank
Leyendas: An Andean Walkabout


 

 
 
 
 

Season Packages

Learn about the COT's 21/22 Season  subscription packages